This title explores the close and vital relationship between the contemporary media and immigration. Drawing on newspapers, magazines, film, television and photography, the contributors examine the effects of mass media on migration behaviour and ethnic identity. Using examples from a range of countries, Media and Migration illustrates how the media intervenes to affect the reception migrants receive, how it stimulates prospective migrants to move and how it plays a dynamic role in the cultural politics and cultural identity of diasporic communities.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Media and Migration, Nancy Wood, Russell King; Chapter 2 Media Effects and Ethnic Relations in Britain and France, Alec G. Hargreaves; Chapter 3 Migrants and Media, Giovanna Campani; Chapter 4 ‘Blaming the Victim’, Ronald Kaye; Chapter 5 Protection or Hospitality, Mireille Rosello; Chapter 6 African Immigration on Film, David Forgacs; Chapter 7 ‘Italy is Beautiful’, Nicola Mai; Chapter 8 Following the Senegalese Migratory Path through Media Representation, Bruno Riccio; Chapter 9 Communication, Politics and Religion in an Islamic Community, Christine Ogan; Chapter 10 Satellite Television and Chinese Migrants in Britain, Lee Siew-peng; Chapter 11 ‘A Space where One Feels at Home’, Roza Tsagarousianou; Chapter 12 ‘Blackpool in the Sun’, Karen O’Reilly;
Russell King, Nancy Wood